Variable egg development of Dinocras spp. (Plecoptera, Perlidae) and the stonefly seed bank theory

@article{Zwick1996VariableED,
  title={Variable egg development of Dinocras spp. (Plecoptera, Perlidae) and the stonefly seed bank theory},
  author={Peter R. Zwick},
  journal={Freshwater Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={35},
  pages={81-100}
}
  • P. Zwick
  • Published 1996
  • Biology
  • Freshwater Biology
1. Temperature dependence of egg development of Dinocras cephalotes (Curtis) (three German and one Norwegian population) and Slovenian D. megacephala (Klapalek) was studied under a constant 14 : 10 light : dark photoperiod and constant temperature ranges of 4–24 °C and 4–18 °C, respectively. D. cephalotes was also incubated under seasonal field conditions; natural daylength and fluctuating temperatures had no modifying effect. 2. Both species have very similar lower threshold… Expand
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